Registering Clients with the Web UI

Registering clients with the SUSE Manager Web UI works for Salt clients only.

Procedure: Registering clients in the Web UI
  1. In the SUSE Manager Web UI, navigate to Systems  Bootstrapping.

  2. In the Host field, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the client to be bootstrapped.

  3. In the SSH Port field, type the SSH port number to use to connect and bootstrap the client. By default, the SSH port is 22.

  4. In the User field, type the username to log in to the client. By default, the username is root.

  5. In the Password field, type password to log in to the client.

  6. In the Activation Key field, select the activation key that is associated with the software channel you want to use to bootstrap the client. For more information, see client-configuration:clients-and-activation-keys.adoc.

  7. OPTIONAL: In the Proxy field, select the proxy to register the client to.

  8. By default, the Disable SSH Strict Key Host Checking checkbox is selected. This allows the bootstrap process to automatically accept SSH host keys without requiring you to manually authenticate.

  9. OPTIONAL: Check the Manage System Completely via SSH checkbox. If you check this option, the client will be configured to use SSH for its connection to the Server, and no other connection method will be configured.

  10. Click Bootstrap to begin registration. When the bootstrap process has completed, your client will be listed at Systems  System List.

When new packages or updates are installed on the client using SUSE Manager, any end user license agreements (EULAs) are automatically accepted. To review a package EULA, open the package detail page in the Web UI.